Electronics Forum | Fri Dec 04 12:00:07 EST 2020 | jandon
Has anyone successfully replaced JUKI KE-2050/60RL HDD with the SSD hard drive?
Electronics Forum | Sun Nov 06 16:10:25 EST 2016 | teslalab2
Hi! I have a Quad IVc pick and place that runs dos. The GUI computer is a compaq prolinea 4/33s. The hard drive went stupid mode and now wont respond. I have all of the data backed up. I tried transferring the files to a fairly modern hard drive (20g
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 13:19:42 EST 2016 | travishemen
We have had some luck buying an exact matching hard drive and swapping the circuit board from the newly purchased drive to the old drive. I have done this twice in the last year and it has made the old drive work again. Travis
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 06:08:12 EST 2016 | bobpan
I think there are size limitations for the hard drive in those old computers. I would look on ebay and try to find an exact replacement and transfer your files onto it. I think it should work if everything is copied. good luck
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 21 15:53:38 EST 2016 | teslalab2
Ok thanks for you help. I am up and running again. I had thought about the upgrade, but it would never pay off in my little garage operation.
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 07 08:01:03 EST 2016 | ttheis
I have seen people use large, modern hdd's but they need to be re-sized to the limit of the hardware you are installing into which can be tricky. Also, its best to take an 'image' or clone an hdd as soon as you get equipment that is old or you suspec
Electronics Forum | Sat Nov 19 03:26:08 EST 2016 | sarason
Have you tried running your image under a Virtual machine. From this you may be able to work out the requirements of the original machine, and so have some parameters to port the image forward on a faster PC, like say a pentium or Pentium III while s
Electronics Forum | Mon Nov 09 22:51:34 EST 2009 | msherwood
How hard is it to replace and reformate the C: drve in a HSP 4796. I have all the disk I think and the cal disk. Is there something specail I should know before I start.
Electronics Forum | Tue Dec 15 11:14:40 EST 2015 | ilavu
You can create backup image of your entire hard drive using Acronis TrueImage or ghost. I use acronis and never had any problem. As for the hard drive size, "YOU DON"T HAVE TO BUY OLD USED HARD DRIVE". Size of the new hard drive does not matter if yo
Electronics Forum | Thu Dec 10 19:43:21 EST 2015 | ttheis
Regarding redundancy to keep an old GSM machine from going down, I've backed up my mapping, calibration and configurations files and I'm picking up spare parts here and there for the VME but I would like to have something in place in the even the mac